Dr Scott Mildren
Petroleum GeomechanicsTelephone: +61 8 8303 4308
Facsimile: +61 8 8303 4345
Hillis, R.R., Mildren, S.D. and Meyer, J.J, Borehole Geomechanics in Petroleum Exploration and Development: From Controlling Wellbore Stability to Predicting Fault Seal Integrity, Preview, Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, No 89, pp 31-34, 2000.
Jones, R.M., Boult, P., Hillis, R.R., Mildren, S.D. and Kaldi, J., Integrated Hydrocarbon Seal Evaluation in the Penola Trough, Otway Basin, APPEA Journal, pp194-212, 2000.
Mildren, S.D. and Hillis, R.R., In Situ Stresses in the southern Bonaparte Basin Australia: Implications for First- and Second-Order Controls on Stress Orientation, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol 27, No 20, pp 3413-3416, 2000.
Hillis, R.R., Mildren, S.D., Pigram, C.J. and Willoughby, D.R., Horizontal Stress Orientation in the Australian North West Continental Shelf: Stress Rotation Associated With a Convergent Plate Boundary, Tectonics, Vol. 16, No. 2, April, pp 323-335, 1997.
Mildren, S.D. and Sandiford, M., Heat refraction and low-pressure metamorphism in the northern Flinders Rangers, South Australia, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42, pp 241-247.
Mildren, S.D., Hillis, R.R., Fett, T. and
Robinson, P.H., Contemporary stresses in the Timor Sea from breakout
and fracture analysis of formation microscanner data: implications for
fault trap integrity, in: Purcell, P.G. and R.R. (Eds.), The Sedimentary
Basins of Western Australia: Proceedings of Petroleum Exploration Society
of Australia Symposium, pp 291-300, 1994.